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Today I found this Marvin watch on one of the local flea markets for the price of two glasses of wine in a decent restaurant.
On the movement I find the number 508, But I cannot find a Marvin calibre 508 anywhere. And no 508 calibre of any other brand that looks like this one either.
The regulator looks special, I don't think I've seen one like that before.
Does anyone know what kind of movement this is?

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Also note the small second. Its a disc in stead of a hand. Never saw that one before either.

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The case is chrome with the usual stainless back. There's only a (serial)number to be found on the outside (576xxx)
If anyone can tell me more about the movement and maybe the model, I'd be greatful.
Have a nice weekend.
 

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Cool find. Marvin employed those cool and unusual second hands on some of their Deco style pocket watches. I own one, but can't find a photo at the moment. Definitely rare to find one on a wristwatch, though.

Cheers,

Tony C.
 

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Very cool indeed
 
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